We recognise that community action continues to take place across the Borough in response to the pandemic. We value voluntary, community, faith-based and social enterprise sector organisations, mutual aid groups and individuals supporting communities through their action. We want to encourage and support this action.
Aims/priorities: The ESF Community Grant Programme is already helping many people in Greater Manchester who face additional barriers in the workplace to improve their employability and gain employment.
They are now launching our ADAPT Round.
At Action Together we recognise community action is taking place across the boroughs of Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside & Glossop, and we want to encourage and support this action.
We are delighted to let you know that we are launching a Community Response Fund that is available for Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside & Glossop groups from the voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise (VCFSE) sector working on a COVID-19 Community Response and meet either of these priorities:
Aims/priorities: The aims of the project that interested organisations need to meet to be eligible for funding are:
Aims/priorities: LGBT Foundation and George House Trust are now accepting proposals for round two of the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund.
The Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund is a new initiative that inspires action and encourages inclusion across Greater Manchester, benefiting LGBTQ+ people and communities.
Greater Manchester Rock Radio is an online community radio station who are looking to support community groups and charities by offering a free slot on their new weekly Sunday Show-The Community Mix.
The one hour show will feature local community groups and national charities via a pre recoded phone call. This is a great opportunity for groups to promote the work they undertake in the community.
Working as part of the GMYN Delivery team, Team Leaders will play an integral part in delivering the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme this Summer. As a role model and mentor, you will safely lead a team of up to 16 young people through all phases of the NCS programme and plan/deliver activities where appropriate.
Aims/priorities: Grants and other resources are available to support formal and informal religious education projects and faith-motivated activities that enable people to transform their lives and the life of their communities in the UK.
Who can apply? Not-for-profit organisations, churches and cathedrals, hospitals and hospices, and higher and further education institutions both in the UK and overseas are eligible to apply.
Rochdale & District Mind’s Listening Lounge aims to provide an alternative for people who utilise crisis helplines, access emergency departments for mental health support or need a listening ear outside of core mental health hours. This service aims to improve individuals’ experience and reduce pressure on crisis, hospital and urgent care services.